Tim Nobel and Sue Webster have Created Roadkill Art Pieces

By: Sarah St.Jules - Published: Sep 6, 2013 • References: timnobleandsuewebster & lostateminor
When one thinks of the poor animals that have died on the side of the road, it is tough to imagine that they would ever make beautiful roadkill art pieces. Tim Nobel and Sue Webster have taken a collection of animals and arranged them to make shapes. They have used rats, skunks, ravens and jackdaws, and they have put these animals into an interesting setting.

The most horrifyingly, stunning facet of this piece is that originally, when you view the the ball of animals it doesn’t look like much. However, when Nobel and Webster throw a shadow on the piece, it creates an eerie depiction of human heads on spikes. It is amazing how they were able to transform something sad into something amazing, and these roadkill art pieces have been able to evoke a horrifying image. Stats for Eerie Shadowed Remains Artwork Trending: Older & Mild
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